UPDATE 13:57 26/6/12: I’ve just been told that, as expected, this CV has now been deleted. I wonder why Infosys and RBS would want confirmation of the Infosys work on batch processing on RBS’s IBM mainframes deleted? Couldn’t be anything to do with what the RBS CEO, Stephen Hester, said, denying there is any link between offshoring, outsourcing, the sacking of experienced UK-based staff and the worst ever banking IT catastrophe? Any journalists, regulators or Select Committee members who need a copy – just email me. Standard procedure to keep a back-up.
There’s a chap working for Infosys who has a really interesting CV here. If you’re a non-Register reader and need an explanation of why it is important, get in touch. Here’s a summary (I’ve emboldened the most important parts):
A hard-working, dedicated and technically sound professional with expertise of almost 5 years in Mainframe Z/OS systems.
Working with Infosys for last 5 years on projects for Royal Bank of Scotland in the Credit Cards, Payments, Fraud Detection and Core Customer systems.
Technology Analyst at Infosys (London)
October 2011 – January 2012 (4 months) London, United Kingdom
Project Rainbow (Re-Engineering)
- Client Interaction (Face to face)
- Requirements Gathering
- Writing Functional Specifications
- Writing System Design
- Onsite-Offshore Co-ordination
- Leading a 3 member team
- Mentoring freshers to RBS and Infosys processes
Technology Analyst at Infosys, Chandigarh
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; INFY; Information Technology and Services industry
October 2010 – October 2011 (1 year 1 month) Chandigarh Area, India
After a brief stint with BBVA, Spain joined back on projects for Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) in the Payments and Security & Fraud domains.
1. Project PTS
- Supporting more than 18000 jobs in overnight batches.
- Leading a 10 member team to support daily batches.
- Analysing and Resolving various issues detected during the batch runs.
- Client Interaction
- Mentoring freshers to take a stand to work without interference from seniors.
- Providing and developing ideas for Service Improvement by reducing effort and errors during various daily activities (Reduced close to 75 person hours a month).
- Single point of contact for Batch activities and support.
2. Project RSR
- Writing High Level Design
- Writing System Test/Integration Test scripts
- Interaction with client on Technical and Business ends
- Building online application based on CICS 3.0 and DB2
- Building batch jobs (COBOL/DB2) to support daily onlines
- Housekeeping database entries made during online accesses
- Writing Unit test Scripts and Unit testing of built components
- End to end Integration Testing
- Support during System, Performance and User Acceptance Testing
- Single point of contact during technical phases of the project
- Creating Implementation Plan
- Implementing the final deliverables into RBS Mainframe Systems
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